Three brothers explore the Bear Island for waves. They live in a tent, and carry all their stuff on sledges.
Does the island have surfable waves? Will there be a polar bear nearby? How much fun can you have on a small island?
The Wegge brothers are known for their playful living, and finally they set of some time to do their biggest project so far....
Two friends set out to ride the world's most famous ski tour - on their mountain bikes. Their story is about exhaustion, glaciers and big challenges of an unexpected kind.
Thanks to VAUDE for support and Thorsten Obermaier for translation and voice-over.
A celebration of Mountain Adventure, Culture and Environment. The biggest Mountain Festival in the UK. Four days full of Adventure Films, Lectures, Art and Literature. mountainfest.co.uk/index.cfm 14-17th November 2013
In summer 2011, Outdoor Research athlete Kyle Dempster took off on his bike across Kyrgyzstan with a couple mostly-accurate maps, a trailer full of climbing gear, and a vocabulary of 10 Kyrgyz words. He spent two months pedaling and pushing the bike more than 1200 km on roads of variable states of neglect, wading through wild rivers, dealing with corrupt military checkpoint staff, and soloing a handful of unclimbed alpine rock and mixed routes. He recorded the journey, his camera his only partner, friend, and sometimes the only receiving end of his conversations for days at a time.
In 2013, Kyle’s self-shot footage of his journey in Kyrgyzstan made it to the desk of filmmakers Fitz Cahall and Austin Siadak, who were asked to look at the footage and see if there might be enough to chop together a 4-minute climbing film. They saw a lot more potential in it, and turned it into the 25-minute “The Road From Karakol,” which debuted at the 5Point Film Festival and took home the Best In Fest award.
Song: Open Air
Artist: Exit Music
Song: Modern Age
Original score by Amy Stolzenbach
Adventuring into the heart of Africa, a paraglider instigates a young man's potentially deadly quest to release the weight of poverty, social taboos and self doubt, and take to the skies. In doing so, the traveler is confronted with unsettling truths about his own racial and cultural identity.
In a country where no one flies, two friends can inspire a nation by putting everything on the line.
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NOTE: This film is also known as NDIZOTHEKA [it is possible] in Malawi.
Travel and Adventure TV. Inspiring stories of adventures, unique journeys, expeditions and exploration. sidetracked.co.uk
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For those who keep trying; those who carry on, who don't stop when they want to give up: the creatures of the deep.